How SINES Works

Your brain functions in five different states depending upon your emotions and what activity you’re engaged in.

By listening to an audio reproduction of a brainwave state that corresponds with your desired mood you are able to bring your mind and body into that mood within minutes.

Our Music is custom tailored to each mood, created in 432Hz and 444Hz tunings, layered with binaural tones, isochronic tones, and nature sounds.

  • DELTA: 0.1-4Hz
  • THETA: 4-8Hz
  • ALPHA: 8-14Hz
  • BETA: 14-30Hz
  • GAMMA: 30-100Hz

The Science

Studies by leading neuroscientists and doctors have shown incredible results from brainwave stimulation and mood music.

After listening to music designed to induce theta wave production 78% of subjects were able to enter a meditative state within 5 minutes.

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Kroger, W.S., & Schneider, S.A. (1969). An electronic aid for hypnotic induction: A pret, immmary report. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 7(2), 93-98

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After 30 days of listening participants suffering from anxiety were able to cut their symptoms by 50%.

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Le Scouamec RP, Poirier RM, Ownes JE, Gauthier J, Taylor AG, Foresman PA. Use of binaural beat tapes for treatment of anxiety: a pilot study of tape preference and outcomes. Altern Ther Health Med. 2001, 7(1):58-63

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Subjects who listened to music with delta waves improved their sleep habits by nearly 60% after 30 days.

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Michel Le Van Quyen, et al. “Large-Scale Cortical Dynamics of Sleep Slow Waves.” Plos ONE 7.2 (2012): 1-10

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Slever, D. (2002) “The Rediscovery of Audio-Visual Entrainment Technology.”

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Tests conducted with subjects who had headaches showed a 90% reduction in pain within 20 minutes of listening to delta wave music.

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Solomon GD. Slow wave photic stimulation in the treatment of headache—a preliminary report. Headache. 1985;25(8):444-446

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Daily usage of beta and gamma wave stimulation showed a 34% reduction in fatigue within 7 weeks.

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Howard CE, Graham LE, 2nd, Wycoff SJ. A comparison of methods for reducing stress among dental students. J Dent Educ. 1986;50(9):542-544

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While listening to music with beta waves subjects showed an 81% improvement in focus and concentration.

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Patrick GJ. Improved neuronal regulation in ADHD: An application of 15 sessions of photic-driven EEG neurotherapy. J Neurother. 1996;1(4):27-36

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Students listening to beta wave music showed grade and learning retention increase 3x greater than average students within 2 weeks time.

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Joyce M, Siever D. Audio-Visual Entrainment (AVE) program as a treatment for behavior disorders in a school setting. J Neurother. 2000;4(2):9-25

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Average IQ increases between 23% – 33%. Long term improvements in self-stem, concentration, sleep patterns, irritability, & organization.

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Matthew J. Fleischman PhD & Siegfried Othmer PhD (2006) Case Study: Improvements in IQ Score and Maintenance of Gains Following EEG Biofeedback with Mildly Developmentally Delayed Twins, Journal of Neurotherapy, 9:4, 35-46

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Memory improvement increased 15% by subjects listening to alpha wave music while reading, engaging in conversation or seminars, and performing other daily tasks.

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Williams, J., Ramaswamy, D. and Oulhaj, A., 2006. “10 Hz flicker improves recognition memory in older people.” BMC Neurosci. 7, 21.

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Listening to binaural music positively affects the production of hormones directly related to longevity of life, well-being, and stress. Subjects’ cortisol levels decreased 46%, DHEA increased by 43%, and melatonin production increased by 98%.

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Dr. Vincent Giampapa, MD, Former President of American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine, New England Journal of Medicine

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Listening to alpha waves aids in production of serotonin and listening to theta waves helps boost catecholamines, which are vital to memory and learning.

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Dr. Margaret Patterson & Dr. Ifor Capel, Marie Curie Cancer Foundation Research Department

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After 13 months studies inside an AA group who listened to binaural music showed only 20% relapse and depression reduction to 1/3 compared to the average program attendee.

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Peniston, E.G. & Kulkosky, P.J. (1989). Alpha-theta brainwave training and beta endorphin levels in alcoholics. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Results, 13(2), 271-279

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Brainwave Synchronization induced by binaural music – when the left and right brain hemispheres operate in harmony a person thinks more effectively, alertness yet relaxation and peace ensues.

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“On the Frequency Limits of Binaural Beats”, Harvard & Acoustical Society of America

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Application of 5 Hz binaural-beat stimulation for 15 min, twice per day for 15 days, resulted in a significant increase in the number of words recalled post-stimulation, as measured using the Wechsler III Memory Scale.

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Ortiz T, Martínez AM, Fernández A, Maestu F, Campo P, Hornero R, et al. Impact of auditory stimulation at a frequency of 5 Hz in verbal memory. Actas Esp Psiquiatr (2008) 36(6):307–13

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Binaural beats at beta (16 & 24 Hz) and theta/delta (1.5 & 4 Hz) ranges for 30 minutes throughout a psychomotor vigilance task showed a less negative mood and improved performance in a vigilance task.

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Lane JD, Kasian SJ, Owens JE, Marsh GR. Binaural auditory beats affect vigilance performance and mood. Physiol Behav (1998) 63(2):249–52.10.1016/S0031-9384(97)00436-8

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Scientists have discovered that for proper memory formation, the brain must undergo a process called long-term potentiation (LTP), involving electrical and chemical changes in the neurons associated with memory. Without LTP, incoming information is not stored, but rather quickly and totally forgotten. Neurophysiologist Dr. Gary Lynch and associates at the University of California at Irvine discovered that one key aspect of LTP is the Theta brain wave pattern. According to Lynch, this is the natural rhythm of the hippocampus, one major component of the brain essential for the formation and storage of new memories and the recall of old memories.

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Lynch, Gary, and Michael Baudry, The Biochemistry of Memory: A New and Specific Hypothesis, Science 224 (1984): 1057-63

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